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The San Francisco Call
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MAIN CITY BRANCH 1651 Fillmore Street Near Post
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INDEX TO ]
THE CALL CLASSIFIED ADS ;
ADOPTIOST ?n? n -p I
AGENTS WANTED 5, o'p'ia '
APAETKEKTS Co 1. 2. P- 13
APARTMENT HOUSES CcL 3. P. 13
ATTOKKEYS r« ' «' P 13
AUTOMOBILES Ccl. 4. V. li
BAS AND STORE FIXTURES Col. 4, P. 13
BAEBEBS AKD SUPPLIES .Coi. 4. P. ~
.. v •< »t. ; Col. 5, "• *'
BUSINESS CHANCES Col. 4. P. 13
.. .. Coi. 5. P- lo
BUSINESS PEESONALs! Col. 1, P. « ;
CABPET CLEANING -Col. 6. P. ia ,
I LAIHVOVAM6 Col. *, F. 1 -
COKTRACTOBS AND BUILDERS.. .Col. 6, P. 13 j
CHIKOPOOISTS Ccl. 7. P. 13
COiIAGES TO LET CoL 2. P. 13 j
D£NTI£TS CoL t, r. is
UitESS MAKING Col. 6, P. 13
EDUCATIONAL Ccl. 7, P. 13
124PL0YKENT OFFICES Col. 6, P. 13
UttPLO-fKENX WANXiJJ— MALE. Col. 2. *\u25a0 12
Col. 3, P. 12
EMPLOYMENT WANTED— FemaIe Col. 3, P. 12
i lmale HxXP wanted coi. 5, p. ia
Col. 6, P. 12
IXATS TO LET Col. 2, P. i 3
ILATS TO LET— FUS.NISUED .Col. 2, P. 13
I LATS FOR SALE Col. 2. P. 13 j
10K SALE— IasCELLANEOUS Col. a, if. 13 |
Col. 4, P. 13 I
FURNITURE FOR SALE Col. 3, P. 13
i UENITUKt WANTEjj Col. 3, P. 13
11JSANCIAL Col. 2, P. 14
IUHB Ccl. 4, P. 13
OLASS WOKKS .Col. 6, P. 13
LOOSES TO LET— UNFUENISHED Col. 2, P. 13
HOUSES TO LET— UNFUHIiiSHED.CoI. 2, P. Ib
.-- O-H-^J-.8. Vk AGOA'S AND HARNESS Col. 4, P. 13
xiOTtLi. Col. 1, P. 13
iJi VALiD CHAIRS Col. 4, P. 13
INVESTMENTS. Col. 2, P. 14
LADIES' TAILORS Col. *. P. 13
LODGING HOUSES FOE SALE Col. 6, P. 13
LObl AND FOUND Col. 2, P. 12
LEGAL NOTICES Col. 4, P. 14
MALE HELP WANTED Col. 3, P. 12
- " " Col. 4, P. 12
KATEIiIONIAL Col. I. P. 14
*££I>ICaL Col. 7, P. 13
I*£EIXNtiS— LODGES Col. 1. P. 12
:.'^-[ - Coi. 2, p. 12
JUNES AND MINING .Col. 2. P. 14
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Col. 4. f . iS
MOHEY TO LOAN Col. 2, P. 14
JttONEY WANTED Col. 2, P. 14
MUSICAL INSTHUMENTS Col. I, P. 14
OFFICES AND STOEES TO LET.. . Col. 2, P. 13
PALMISTRY Col. 1, P. 14
PATENT ATTOENEYS Col. 6, P. 13
PAINTING k PAPEE HANGING... CoI. 0, P. 13
PARTNERS WANTED '. Col 6; P. 13
PENSIONS C»L U, P. 13
PERSONALS Col. 1, P. 14
PHYSICIANS ' C 01.7, P. 13
i.r.AT. ESTATE— CITY Col. 2. P. 14
- r ri-4t -i*V- CoL 3. P. 14
EEAL ESTATE— COUNTEY Col. 3, P. 14
EEAL ESTATE— TO EXCHANGE .. .CoL 3, P. 14
EOOMS AND BOAEO OFFERED.. Col. 1, P. 13
EOOMS TO LET— FUB.-UNFUE. . . Col. C, P. 12
\u25a0*:-•>:-\u25a0 " " •* CoL 7. P. 12
ROOMS TO LET— HOUSE KPG. . Col. 7, P. 12
."v V ; "V ."a Col. 1, P. 13
EOOMS WANTED C 01.7. P. 12
SALESMEN & SOLICITOES WT'D.CoL 5. P. 12
6EWING MACHINES Col. 4. P. 13 <
EPIEITUAI.ISM Col. 1, P. 14
STOEAGE AND MOVING VANS ..•. .Col. 6, P. 13 j
TITLES EESTOEED Col. 6, P. 13 I
TYPEVTEITEES & SUPPLIES -Col. 4. P. 13 j
I>DKX TO I
iI.ASSII'IKU ADVERTISEMENTS I
APARTMENTS Col. 4, P. 14
ATTORNEYS Col. S, P. 14
AUTOMOBILES Col. 4, P. 14
BICYCLES AND MOTOECYCLES-.Col. 4, P. 14
BUSINESS CHANCES Col. 4, P. 14
EUILLEBS AND CONTRACTORS. .Col. 5, P. 14
CARPET CLEANING CoL 5, P. 14
DREBS MAKING Col. 6, P. 14
EDUCATIONAL CoL 6, P. 14
F.MPLOYMENT OFFICES Col. 4, P. 14
FLATS TO LET Ccl. 4. P. 14
FOR SALE — Miscellaneous Col. 4. P. 14
FURS Col. 4. P. 14
FURNITURE FOE EAXE Col. 4, P. 14
HOUSES TO LET— Furaithed. CoL 4, P. 14
HOUSES TO LET— Unfurnished Col. 4, P. 14
ItOUSE KEEPING EOOMS CoL 4, P. 14
INVESTMENTS CoL 5. P. 14
LODGING HOUSES FOE SALE CoL 6, P. 14
MEDICAL CoL 6, P. 14
PHYSICIANS : CoL 6, P.« 4
REAL ESTATE— TO EXCHANGE.. Col. 6, P. 14
REAL EEIATE— ALAMEDA Col. 6, P. 14
EEAL ESTATE— BEEKELEY Col. 5, P. 14
REAL ESTATE— FEUITVALE Col. 6. P. 14
EEAL ESTATE— OAKLAND Col. 6, P. 14
•• CoL 6, P. 14
ROOKS TO LET— FUR-UNFUE... CoL 4, P. 14 !
30AED AND EOOMS OFFEEED. .. Col. 4, P. 14
SANITAEIUMS . ./ Col. 5, P. 14
STORAGE AND MOVING VANS... Col. 6, P. 14
TO LEASE „.. Col. 4, P. 14
TYPE-W-RFTE^S ND SUPPLIES.... Col. 4, P. 14
I'AKT MASTERS' association of Call- ' ffl
fnrnl-,. r. A: A. M.— Officers and #4
members »r« respectfully requested * fij3\
in afwmW" at King Solomon's /?- i >\
lia!l. 173!» Fillmore St.. THIS DAY r/L*** r V
. (MQNDAT) nt »:S0 o'clock for the •~* J - i -* r
purpose nf *UrndlnK the funeral of our lute
worshipful iTolhcr. MAX GOLDMAN, pa.it
maMer of Fidelity kxljre No. 120, F. & A. M.
By Older <JJ- the president.
H. J. OVTEX. Secretary.
GOLPgy GATE couiinaDdery No. 16. li. M * -
1".. 2J" 1 ..". Sutter St.— Special assembly ijnr
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING at 7:rK> loj
o'clock. Order of temple. All fraters
<-nurteously Invitert. ißy order of the coxn-
mandfr. . THEO FROUCn. Rpcorder. \u25a0
KKHMOND lodpe No. 375. F. &A. j*
M.. 4th st. and <*lenj«>nt st.. THIS
(MONDAY* EVENING at 7:00 y^y
o'clock. Tbird derroe. 7\j^\
U. fOURXESS. Secretary. ' x
KiriELITY lodpe No. J2O. F. «nd A. M. ~ji
• iffieer* and memliers are requested tf Ml
K«»-«>inli|A at Kins Solomon's hall. IW.-jAA*
nila?.>re M.. at. 9:.% a. m., MONDAX /Vyx
Jbe 2_3d inst., for the purpose of con- • '^ •
"liK-titrf the funeral ceremonieg of our Hie
lirotlirr and treasurer, PAST MASTER MAX
GOLDMAN, tbenoe .to Home of Peace ceme-
tery by 11:50 train. - . .
FREDERICK BABRY. Secretary.
KlN'i SOLOMON'S lodge Xo. 260. F. & « '
A. M-, l":^ Fillmore et. — Third <Je- A\
sree THIS (MONDAY) EVENING at <%Mh*
7 o'clork. /OV\
HARRT BAHHR. Secret«ry. /V\
KAN FRANCISCO eonslßtory No. 1, "
A.'&A. S. R. of Free Ma»onry — ~^sr : ~
officers and members are Uereby £fyt&^BL
notified )'• sitfiid the funeral HKi*^|^k
f-rrrnionies <\u2666 r>ur late brother. K2s?^kS
MAX UOLPMAJf. 32. MONDAY, |r](es^>f
. Noverct-er 23.^1 805. at 9:45 a. m., '^^Senh
from Kin? Kolfrtn'jn** tc^nple, J739
J'illinore st. . . .
-EDWARD H. C«»XX. Master of Kadotb.
UENKY ASCUOrr, licjietrax.
HI I^ETI \ G NOTICES— Lodgf-i— Con.
CALIFORNIA lodge N«. I. K. of P., 4~HW .
mwts THIS (MONDAY) EVEN- Xif»
ING.' "WS Mission 6t. Brethren _j®mC
cordially invited. '&%&&£
A. R. POSEY, C. C. **^^
UIIIS C AUSTIN,
K. ..f K. and S. '
AT lht> regular meeting of the Ship y<g**P-y^
Master*' ussnrialinn of the Pacific /^«5-\
otiasi on Tt:f.SDAY. Noveml>cr 24. If ,^^\^
nulten of iui|>onauo»» uill be TVA^^rffcs
i.i"':_-!ii (..-(, -ro tho members. All \?si~*2%3/
iu<>tnl>rrs ia port ore requested to
ALEX. BKROMAN. .Serretnry.
,BT. ANDREW'S soc!pty—Si. Andrew's
IMy '.sTui'int Rt Fairmont liotel. MON- yJnJrfK
i»AV EVENING. Novemtter 3l». Tickets TtBDL
from scrrvtary. n'enibers of « i on:w!t- -*y*^
1 tf>p ai"i Elrick & «'o.. 20.". M-.mts-ouiery st.
.1. IS FYFE. President.
ROBERT H. MURRAY. Recording Secretary.
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING— AdrertUe i
it here. It will ba returned to yon if an
hosett person finds it. Remaxkabl* recov-
eries are brought about every day through
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING briar It to
| fas Francisco Call i
: Lost and Fonad Burean |i
| : Third and Market Streets
Get a claim check. Have it advertised.
HecUim it if the owner dees not.
THE LAW — People who find lost article-
fre interested in knowing: that tho stats
law is strict in requiring them to seek tho
owners through advertisement and other-
vitt. aad that a failure to do so, if proof I
cen lie shown, involves a severe penalty.
LOST — Wednesday evoniug f>n Sutter st. car or
transferring to Market, a lady's handbag con-
taining 2 valuable rines and other nrticlrs. !
Reward to finder. Return to E. B. COUR-
VOISIEK. 13T4 Suttrr Ft. j
L»..0f — I^ady's waU-h. between Hnicht and rill- i
more Bts. and Elrahurst; inscription inside. \u25a0
\u25a0"From Jack to Kitty." If ftxiud rottmj to
J. J. COLMAN, Waller st. Liberal re-
FOI"N1) — Collie pup; owner ran have same upon
identifies* km mid payment of this ad. Box
1723. Call ofn.-e.
LOST — Necklac«, turquoise and Roman pearl
pendant on line gold chain; reward. Box 55,
FOUND— On bar. 16 foot skiff, containing oars
and some chain. Inquire 014 .*M St.
LOST — A ' lady's purse; money, cards, glasses
and ring; reward. 43 Chenery Bt. nc. 30th.
FOUND— A female cocker spaniel. Call at
; 2524 Sutter st. /
— — — — —^— — — — — — — — — _ _ ____^^^__
CALL BRANCH OFFICE. 1651 FlUmore st.
EMPLO YMEXT WAXTEP— MaIe
AT MRS. ANDRE'S. 10« Larkin St.— 3 German
<-ooks. $40 and $35; waitress and parlor maid.
"\u25a035; maid and seamstress, $35; chambermaid
aud sewing. $35; second girl. $30; German
nurse. S3O: French girls for. second work and
houseworker. 525 and $30, and young girls for
i housework. $25 and $30.
! BAR TENDER. German, with" long experience,
wishe* position, city or coantry; best of ref-
| prences. HARRY, 375 Harrison st.
' BOOK KEEPER, experienced, wishes position;
references and bond if neceesary. Address box
1047. Call office.
BRICK LAYER, practical all round man. wants
work as foreman or Journeyman; town or
! country; 20 years' experience. Box 1777. Call.
BY young man experienced In men's rlothing and
furnishings: speaks German. . English and
French: city or country. Box 1765, Call office.
CHINESE, excellent cook, meat and pasir.r,
vrishes position, hotel, boarding house, res-
taurant or private family: good references;
satisfaction. CHARLEY FOOK. 845 Harrison
CARPENTER wants work by the day or con-
iract: repairing and <-oftagpg built cheap.
WM. KOHLER. 2700 San Bruno ay.
CARPENTER wants work; day or job. Box
COI/)RED PORTER of experience wants posi-
tioo in apartment house or hotel; ' generally
nseful: run elevator, etc.; npeaks English au'j
Ppanitb. Box 1819, Call office.
DRDG CLERK— Registered, wants position, city
or country. Address box 3820. (Jail "office.
ENGLISH couple for small family, San Mateo;
man for ontside work; woman to cook. $55.
See party at MISS PLUNKETTS, IS5>6 Sutler
St.. Monday at 2 p. m.
EXPERIENCED officeman and ' salesman In ma-
chinery and gas engine line desires position.
Box 1036. Call offlce.
FIRST CLASS PAINTER; inside work: $2.50 per
day; we can fave you money. Pbone Mar-
FINE carpenter, German, all around hand with
gardening, etc., want* position, city or coun-
try; low wages. Box 2373, Call office,- Oak-
FOREMAN — Situation wanted as working fore-
man, ranch or vineyard; thoroughly understands
pruning and grafting of trees and vines. Box
17S0, Call office. ,
GRADUATE male nurse wants a position in a
hooplml; wants to retire from private practice-
t*»t of reference*.. Address box 1739, Call.
GOOD Japanese boy wants position as school boy;
epeaks well and ha* experience. T. KOMATSU
pbone- Park £932.
I AM a first class outsidn salesman; have been
engaged in a high class business in the east
»nd throughout country with record of results;
desire good connection on ' Pacific coast. Box
1761, Call office ....\u25a0-..\u25a0. ;
IDEAL Japanese cook wants a position In a
\u25a0 family; qualified at economics, experienced In
..the service and have refort-nre; fs up. Phone
Park 2245: Fred. 1255 McAllister st.
JAPANESE want" situation us first class cook,
\u25a0housework or wait at table. A. 8., 2102 A
Butter St.; phone West 7059.
JAPANESE boy wants situation to do laundry
" and housework;, has good references. FRANK
TANAKA. tel. West 2469. :
JAPANESE, funry . cook. "* wishes Job; school
time; has references. HARRY. 1750 Suttcr.
JAPANESE couple want work In family; cook
and waitress. -M. MATSU. .'»2S Pine St.. city.
MACHINIST, Al mechanic, wants - position as
such, designing, erecting cod machinery depts.;
eupt. or foreman in all lines. WILLIAMS.
220 Halght St.. S. F. _^
MARRIED man with small family wants work
on a runch: wife will help if : wanted. \u25a0 Ad-
dress NICHOLAS WEBER, Boulder Creek,
Cal. .- - . _
MIDDLE AGED sober man would like position
as choreman; private place: references. Address
A. C. SNOW. 503 Sacramento st. - :
OYSTER OPENER and waiter, first clhbs. wishen
position; eastern man. Address SCHULTZ,
14fi2. Point Lobog ay. .
PAINTER nnd paper hanger;"' has all 'tools; all
work snsrsDteed and very reasonable. Palnt-
cr.- COS •Buchanan;-*.
THE, SAy ."-.gR-AN.CLSCb CALIi; aiOBTPAY, ISOVI^IBER 2S, I<)US;
EMPriOYMEXT WAXTBD— Male—Coii;
REFINED \Tapanpsft boy wants : a -'.position -as
wlioolbo.r or housework in tli«> city or country."
TANAKA, 1554 Post St., city. ' i.
RELIABLE young • man,-- hep IV-, wishes night
work. Box 182). Call office. '
POSITION wanted !by a- middle aged German, 20
years in country, sin private :- family.: or .- hotel;
can handle horses, .ml Ik cows\ run ; gasoline
engines; like to have a place \vn ere tbero is
an automobile; like to- learn uutomobiling;
have been four years in last place. Box 1759,
Call. - ».
SINGLE man. 35 years old, 10 years' experience
in general office and accounting work. 7;j-cars
government treasury, desires employment in
clerical capacity for few months; salary suf-
ficient for living expenses. Address box 1732,
Call office. -
SITiiATION wanted . by I; a., middle aged single
ivnn: privaln place =in country; understands
care of horses; can milk und is generally. use-
ful; goo«l references. Box 17.">r>, Call office.
SITUATIONS Wtd— By 3 first class butchers;
wages no object. ' Box 46, Call. . -
FIRST CLASS -landscape, gardener ; wants situa-
tion in nursery or private place; thoroughly
familiar with greenhouse work. K. OISIII,
721 Clement st. t .
STABLEMAN situation required by. an ' Englis-
hman as thorough stableman. W. SPARKS,'
753 Howard st.
TRUST\VORTHY, sober. . young man requires
any kind of work; good \u25a0 borne preferred to
high wages. Box IRO4, Call office. ,
WANTED — Position as book keeper, railway ac-
couiitant or cashior; references; gilt edge
bonds furnlsho<l. Iwx 1731, Call office.
WANTED — Position- as stationary engineer;
strictly sober nnd first class man; references.
1711 12th st. Oakland. -
WANTED— Position by first class bar porter,
club and hotel experience. . Box 994. Call office.
YOUNG, strong roan, good references, must have,
work at , once; housework' and can teach
Spunish and French nt nimo time, which he
knows perfectly ; very small wages. Box 51,
YOUNG innn wishes position- i(s hottsemsn or
: porter in hotel; city or country; does not
I smoke or drink; first class worker. Address
I!/ M.. box ISI4. Call office.
EJ!PI,OV3IEXT AVANTKIJ — Female
DRESS MAKER, strictly first class, will go out.
Pbone Franklin 4129, S p., m. -.
GIRL wants position in private family in Oak-
land; would do cooking and housework; expects!
$30 to $35 wages. Address 217 Boyd ay.. Oak.
, JAPANESE lady wants situation to do cooking
i ami housework; speaks English well. 1%4 :
Haizbt st. ~- ,
KIND," competent nurse: eltuer sex; good mana- i
ger and house keeper; moderate wages; best j
of references. Address- box 3?, Call, 1631 ;
LAUNDRESS wishes laoe curtains to launder;
35c per pair, r.lO Hill st. " \u25a0
JAPANESE girl wants position in small, family i
us c-.»fc; speaks - English; good cook. 20ST. i
Sacramento st. : phone West SO4. t, J
NORMAL graduate of 5 years' successful teaching •
experience wishes situation as governess — com-;
panion-governess: Jo h crippled or invaJ id child
preferred. Box ISI7. Call office. -^ .
'REFINED, quiet yming lady wislies ix>sltion as
compsnion \u25a0to lady or invalid MISS A.
ANATER, 2105 Vino St.. Berkeley.
SITUATION" wanted by* a .reliable girl to <lo
geueral liousev.'ork and plain cooking In f»m-
ily of two adults. Address. D. B. S., 3077
Harrison st, city.
THOROUGHLY competent stenographer desires
permanent position; city irferenccs. ? Address
C. 155!* Washington st. . , :
WANTED — A position as house keeper in hotel,
or manager of npnrtinenl or rooming house;
years of experience and very fine references.
Address lxix 4070. Carl office, Berkeley.
WANTED— By an American woman (widow), n !
position as superintending bouse keeper in pri- I
vato fiiinily: rpferences. AUdresa box 4077,
Call office. Berkeley. r-
YOUNG lady stenographer with 3. years' ex-
1 perienee wishes position; salary moderate:'
good refer*"Jice. Phone. Pacific 70S.
JIAI,E HELP WANTED
OFFICE OPEN TODAY
MURRAY & READY,
Leading Employment and Labor Agents.
WHITE PALACE BUILDING,
11th aud Market sts.. San. Francisco.
Phones Market 656 and C 57.
Cth and Franklin sis.. Oakland.
Puone Oakland 7361.
2d and Main sts. and 121 Marcbesault at,
-. ' ./ Los; ' Angeles, Cal. -
i- ' - STEEL GANGS
FREE FARE— FREE FAT.O
. . COMPANY WORK
SO laborers for S. I*, company, track work,
$1.75 to $2.40 day, free fare.
- FREE FARE
KLAMATH— SHASTA— SISKI YOU
125 teamsters, scraper work, $52.50 up.
250 laborers, general work, $52.50 month.
S. P. R. R.— C. N. E. R. R.— S. P. R. R.
1,500 railroadmen of all classes, grading and
track gangs, ballast gangs, rockmen and
drillers, muckers and tunnelmen. etc.
FREE FARE— SHIP DAILY
NEW FENCE GANG
FREE FARE FREE FARE
25 laborers to build railroad fences; no ex-
perience- needed. $52.50.
PRIVATE LOGGING ROAD
20 laborers for loggiug road of- big lumber
company south, paid; $30 month and
WHITE PALACE HOTEL
155 NEW SINGLE ROOMS. INCLUDING
BATHS; SUN AND ELECTRIC LIGHT IN
EVERY ROOM. -
$1.50 PER WEEK. CALL AND SEE THEM.
ttO SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
FREE OF CHARGE "TO GUESTS.
500 splendidly furnished . rooms, 35c, .00c and
75c per day: free bath with every room; larg-
est botel office, and clubroom on Pacific coast:
facing Van Ness ay. ; baggage checked: and
stored free of charge; highest grade of white
WHITE PALACE HOTEL— NEVER CLOSED.
, .. 11th and Market sts., San Francisco.
I DAIRY HELP
Milter and buttermaker; San Mateo; $35; fd.
Milker: ccc .boss here; $50 . fd. ,
Milker; Marin county; $41 fd. •
Milker end farmer; 12 cows; $40 fd.
City factory; burn oil; $75 month.
•Country shop close by; $40' fd.
GO TO TUOLUMNE COUNTY
15 laborers for logging road In Tnolumne
county;- $30 fd.: fare paid. ' '
Man to take charge of small country saw-
mill; easy place: good for married man.
MACHINIST , ' i
- Machinist, country factory; see boss here; •
MARHIED/HIXP .'.- .:\u25a0
Farmer and wife; see boss here; man for
general \u25a0 farm work, $60 nnd : bouse; wife to .
cook for-4 to 8 men, $20 ' month: boss here
today. Gardener and ehoremnn -and. wife: -in- j
stitutlon, country; good placo; $50 and fd. i
- Married farmer; take \u25a0 ranch on shares; - boss
. here. . • --. .". , * -
6 carpenters for lumber, company; $75 month.
4 carpenters, . Shasta county; -$55 fd.
' 2 carpenters, \u25a0 city; '\u25a0 $3.80-- day.
WAGON AND SCRAPER .
4 scraper teamsters,; San ' t Mateo, $2 day.
20 gcraper teamsters, south! part free fare; $CO.
10 scraper teamsters, free fare; $52.50.
4 wagon teamsters, • $1,50 fare; $2 day.
COME HOME TO SLEEP ;
SLEEP. AT OCEAN- SHORE LODGING
HOUSE. NEXT DOOR TO
MURRAY & READY'S GREAT LABOR
k OFFICES. . IITH-AND MARKET- STS.
COO SINGLE ROOMS. < StTN AND. ELECTRIC
LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM. -,
£5 CENTS PER NIGHTS." $1:25 PER WEEK,
INCLUDING BATH, v :
- - COFFEE SERVED FREE \u25a0 DAILY FROM' 5
TO 8 A. M. FREE BARBER SHOP, BOOT-
BLACK -.' STAND.*.: SHOWER -AND FOOT
BATHS, TAILOR; AND PATCHING ROOM.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FREE. ALL PAPERS
AND MAGAZINES AND. BELLMAN TO CALL
YOU. WHITE: HELP ONLY EMPLOYED.
..: OCEAN SHORE LODGING HOUSE, FAC-
" ING AND ADJOINING OCEAN SHORE- TER-
MINAL RAILROAD DEPOT,' 11TH; AND
MARKET STS..- SAN FRANCISCO. -
s,basalt, basalt block makers." s2s per 1.000.
~ 4 "> lumber \u25a0 pliers; • north. \u25a0 $2.50 : day.' ' •
- Slaughter, butchers.., cattle. $3.50 day. 5 -:
_Hog butcher, parking : house. $3 day. .V ;
Bushelman, country, shop," ?2l week. '
!. The Leading .Employment Agents,-
." MURRAY & READY. I |
11th and :-, Market sts. ,' : San i Francisco, '. -'S i
6th and Market sts., Oakland. \
ANY intelligent" person- mays earnf good Income
corresponding i for * newspapers ; : : experience un-
necessary; no canvassing; send'for particulars.',
i : Press Syndicate,- Iwx 703,' Lockport. , N. X. "-
$5.00 ABSOLUTELY FREE
Each week THE CALLi. wilt give away $5.00 to the persons
writing the best want ad "jingles."
The \u25a0; person writing -the best I "jingle" will receive first
prize, $3.00. The two next best will receive' $1.00 each.
Here arc llic requirements : ; -
Each week there will be a certain classification selected
as the ; subject. The contestant will write a not to exceed
10 line "jingle" upon the classification given, including in
same his reason "WJiv Call lVant^Ads Are Best.''
The "jingle" winning the prizes of last week with name of
authors will be found under the .heading of "xMiscellaneous
For x Sale."
This Week's Subject, "Matrimonial".
Little Tommy Titmouse
Lived 'in a little house.
And all the bread rind cheese he got
He put upon 'the shelf. -
The rats and the mice they- led him such a strife
-That -he had to go to London to buy him a wife.
You can avoid this journey and secure, a wife by using
CALL Want Ads Matrimonial Column.
Address communications to Manager of Want Ad De-
partment, THE CALL.
Try a Call Want Ad— Results Certain
'Check will he mailed to the winners each week.
i SIAIjK HELP WANTED — Continued
BOY wanted, with high Kohool education, to
learn a business. Call at HOLDEN DEUPREY
;.CO.TU2H West Mission st.
nOTCHBR Wtd— State experience and wages
Sfxpectedi Address box 1827. Call office.
COOK'S helper and dish washer wtd-^Good pay
to right man. 70 6th st. \u25a0
ANDRE'S, 1044 J,arkln near Suiter— Cook for the
country, $r>o; kitchen hand. $25; elderly expe-
rienced man to raise chickens, nearby. $20-.«;30
fd. : nssistnnt pantryman, $25; and others.
Oakland office. 957 Franklin st.
BOY. ' Wtd— ls. or 16 years old, for office work;
good opportunity for bright boy. Box 17GG,
.Call office. .
CASH BOY Wtd— Of neat appearance. 14 to 1C
a years of age: must have school certificate. Ap-
. ply supt.'s ofDce.from 9 to 11 a. m., HALE
BROS.. Inc.. Market and Cth sts.
?l(X>,for your Christmas; ladies or gentlemen,
you can makn.lt, we show you liow; fraternal
work; no * canvassing or peddling. \u25a0\u25a0 Osborn. 0
to 12 mornings, 7 to 8 evenings, room 105 Ba-
con block. Oakland; 3 to 6 afternoons, room
f>29 Pacific bldg., San Francisco.
CIVIL Service examinations will soon be held
In every state. Full information and ques-
tions used by the commission free. Colum-
bian Cor. College. Washington, D. C.
DRESS GOODS SALESMAN Wtd— Experience!.
Apply superintendent's office from 9 to 11
n. m. HALE BROS., IXC-
FREE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
Tel. Market 737. ;
ST. GEORGE HOTEL,
HOWARD AND BTH. SAN FRANCISCO,
ALSO 4TH AND J. SACRAMENTO.
NICELY FURNISHED SINGLE ROOMS. 20c
i- I'ER NIGHT. $1 PER WEEK AND UP. -
READING ROOM AND OFFICE ;
ON GROUND tFLOOR. \u25a0
-I MADE $50,000 in five years In the mail order
business; began with $5; any one can do tbo
work at home In snare time; send for my free
booklet: tells how to get started. HEACOCK,
box 715, lockport, X. Y.
LABORERS and mechanics to know that Edward
Rolkln has reduced the rooms at the Denver
House. 3d and Howard sts.. to 35c per
d«y, $2 week; hot and cold water every room.
MAN jto i learn cigar making; good pay wbll*
- learning; steady work; $25 deposit required.
84 Norfolk \u25a0> st, between litu and 12th. off'
Folsom. :'. '
MEN to learn Electricity. Plumbing. Brlcklay-
iug. Plastering end Draughting; day and night
school; no. books; positions • secured. Call or
write for free catalogue. . Coyne National
Trade School, 230-240 Bth St.. S. F.
MEN Wtd — Quickly, by big Chicago mail order
bouse, to distribute catalogues, advertise; $25
weekly; $G0 expense allowance. Manager,
Dept. 50, 385 Wabash ay., Chicago.
MEN to ' learn cigarmaklng; good pay while
learning; steady work; $25 security. 306 12th
St., near Folsom. • >
100 MEN- to save $2 to $4' a pair on sample
shoes; all standard makes; $4 to $6 values: all
$2.50 a pair. Drummers' Sample Shoe Co., third
. floor. Humboldt bank building.
MEN and women to learn barber trade; 8 weeks;
earn $5 to $10 per week while learning; par-
ticulars free. MOLER COLLEGE. 6 11th st.
MEN Wtd— Rooms at the Mayfield. 230 Grove
Bt., with bath. 25c night; best in city.
MEN Wtd — All tunny rooms at Oaklia Hotel,
45 Franklin st; $2 week up.
MEN to learn barber trade in 8 weeks; free spe-
cial inducements to next 10; call early, get
, particulars. S. F. Barber College, 8 Fell st. .
MONEY made dally, and Call Want Ads help to
make It. Advertise your wants; make them
known to the public through a Call Want Ad.
An investment, not an expense.- For full par-
tlculars read Call Want Ads dally.
NEW WESTERN, 1124 Howard st— Single
rooms. 15e nnd 20c night; hot and cold water.
SHOES repaired by machinery; sewed soles 75c;
done in 10 minutes. 1106 Fillmore st. • \u25a0\u25a0:
SOLICITORS wanted to sell desirable lots in
Half Moon bay; live'agents can make from
$100 to $400 per week. Call or address Half
Moon Bay Realty Co., room 703, Humboldt
Bank building, San Francisco.
SOLICITORS wanted to sell $2. for $1, then keep
the $1. 534 Pacific building.
WANTED— Young man, 16 to 18 years old, living
j with parents, of good uablts, for clerical work;
experience preferred; state salary expected;
references. Address . box 2732, Call office,
WANTED— A man of executive ability to fill po-
bitlon in • the renting department of a large
general real estate office In Oakland; salary to
commence $100: applicant must be married and
over 30 years of age; good references' required.
Reply to box 2369, Call office, Oakland, giving
nil necessary data, references, etc.
WANTED — -
:- Vv v. v , 100 LABORING MEN 1
To occupy clean single rooms at THE MECHAN-'
ICS' HOTEL. 819 Howard st. between 6th and'
Cth; 15c, 20c, >25e day,^sl, $1.50 week; good,
clean meals, lOe up. .-. SHAW BRO3.
-WANTED — Men to learn j cutting on men's and
ladies' garments, with positions .af ter^course;
we want you to call and see us. ' The Mitchell
Cutting School, rooms 420-421-422, Westbank
bnllding, 830 Market st.
WANTED— 600 men to occupy rooms, 20c to SOc
per night (free baths), -at the New York, 753
Howard st. between ' 3d and 4th.
WANTED— Experienced salesman for men's I fnr-
• nisning goods dept. Apply- supt.'s office, The
WANTED— Roomers, . $1.25 week; 20c • night.
California House. , 270 , Natoma Bt. \u25a0 nr. 4th. '
WINE BOTTLER Wtd— Experienced. Address
box 21323. postof flee, city. . ~
YOUNG MAN Wtd— As waybiller in -delivery
department;- must' be posted on streets of, city
and able to write a good hand. ' Apply superin-
tendent's office, from 9 to 11- a. m., HALE
BROS.. Inc. --.. :\u25a0\u25a0/-,\u25a0
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
BARKER CHAIRS AND VIBRATORS.
> : '• . Our 1900 model H-hydraulle chair
-\u25a0 : ?6ti— CASH— $K« '
. Our model G nonhydraullc ; .''•• ,j
". '".;•\u25a0- ; SS2— CASH— SS2:- .'\u25a0.;, ..- \u25a0
By . CASH .we mean pay some down, : some \u25a0in
30. - 60, •» 80 and 120 - days. *at no interest. • .We
don't mean by CASH C.O . D. or in 30 days." .
We also sell these goods on Installment*.
We 'sell mirrors, - poles," workstanda, " etc., : ; for
less money than ; any one else, as we do not try
to make .- 100 . per .- cent ; p»fit. '• We sell \u25a0-. these
goods for ; accommodation with the chair i deals.
We. very often save a* person enough on the fix-
tures Eohe can purchase OUR BARKER CHAIRS
in place of. the old style' .wooden ; chairs and have
more : in his shop for the fis me amount of money
than if, he went to some other dealer. -
Several bargains ia second band chairs.
••'.TAMES BARKER, Inc.,
Phone Franklin 3890.": V *-.-' - - -94 Turk »t.
\u25a0•_-..\u25a0 EUGENE F.PANARIO,; Manager. ;
BARBERS, ATTENTION. _;
: \u25a0: It's close to moving time.' We offer extraordl-
i aary '-bargains \u25a0• In *• revolving?' and "hydraulic
. . chairs, i. mirrors, wash '\u25a0 stands, - work .- stands,
>: poles, • bottles, • cuspidors and lofs". of -" minor
:"ltems>. •:•\u25a0• -- \u0084 \u25a0\u25a0 " .' \u25a0; -.-\u25a0.- ; \u25a0 /
STOLTZ'S. ISO 3. FILLMORE ST.
J? A i?J l^ KS A:vp SUPPLIES — Continued
BARBERS— Owing to an oversight of I the
printer, our 1009 CATALOGUE (now ready)
. does not list the NEW AJAX RAZOR. •For
this reason we will sell these EXCELLENT
RAZORS at $1.25 each. Sent by mall o* re-
ceipt of this price with .> added for postage.
The NEW AJAX RAZORS are made of highly
tampered CARBONIZED razor steel, very finely
pound, and have sold regularly for $1.75.
Lvery one guaranteed to be absolutely new.and
untried ; no seconds. Also some second hand
K Oh LN Barber Chairs for sale at prices that
will surprise you.
DECKELMAN BROS. (Inc.). 162 Turk st.
$2<sO— Two, chair shop; tim- location; c«>ort busi-
i noss: rent $l. r .: must sell quick: IS running
mirrors; Koken chairs. COLEMAN & CO..
830 Market st. ;
3 CHAIR barber shop, $.".00. worth $500; half
ensh, balance terms to suit; owner leaving ac-
count sickness. L. R. LA NTZ, Point Rich-
$250 — 2 chair shop and 8 bathrooms; profit*
over $100 monthly; owner leaving city: must
«MI at sacrinc-e. COLEMAN. Kio Market st.
$60fv— Rarber shop; .Market St., or near Ferry
building:- this shop must be sold quick; low
rent. COLEMAN & CO.. 830 Market St.-
WILL pay a good price for paying 3 or 4 chair
barber" shop; city or country. Box st, Call
office. 1651 Fillmore st.
3 CHAIRS and fixtures complete; good as new:
must be : sold tomorrow to highest bidder. 11
California st. \u25a0• \u25a0
FIRST CLASS barber wanted for Monday.
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, at 16C2 Dc-
• vlsadero st.,- corner Sutter.
IF you. want to buy- or sell a shop or barber's
chairs see BAUER. 1554 Ellis st.
MANICURIST, first class, desires position In
barber shop; hotel or offlce building preferred
Box 097. Call offlce.
ONE chair shop, all new. for nale; $75: rent $S;
. good location; good steady trad«; owner going
east. 60th st. and San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
EMPLOYMENT SECTRY. OF BARBERS" PRO-
TECTIVE UNION. F. SCHMITT. 452 KEARXY
FOR sale — i chair, 10c shop; good lease; cheap;
owner going. to city. Sl7 Broadway, Oakland.
GOOD barber, young man. wants a steady situa-
tion, city or country, with a chance to buy.
Box 1826. Call office. _^
BARBER — Steady position wanted by first class
man; middle aged. E. Z., box 1525, Call. .
BARBERS' Union, offlce 925 Golden Gate ay.
Tel. Market BS9. CHARLES KOCH, Secretary.
NEAT 2 chair barber shop for sale chean: owner
going east; price $185. Address 3267 16th st.
FOR sale — Barber shop of three chairs; in good
location. Address P. O. box 241, Reno, Nev.
GOOD union barber wants situation, city or
country. 34 Ellis St.. 4th floor, room 418.
BARBER chairs— Pay cash for 2 or 3 chair out-
flt. Address box 48. Call offlce.
$150-^-Must sell b.v the Ist, two chair shop and
living room. 309 Sixth.
FOR sale — First class barber shop; doing good
business. 184 4th nt.
SALESMEN and SOLICITORS WANTED
WANTED — First class solicitor (no house to
house) who can leave city: must have best of
? references, j Box 1,673, Call. .
SOLICITOR for installment tailoring; new,' at-
tractive proposition; . good opportunity for in-
dustrial insurance or sewing machine agents;
live men make $250 month. Room 206, 714
. Market street.
SOLICITOR for installment tailoring: new. at-
tractive proposition; good opportunity for ln-
,; dnstrial insurance or sewing machine agents:
live men make $250 month. Room 206 714
WANTED — Salesman; apply at the National. sth
' and Ciay sts.. Oakland, room 196; good op-
portunity for the right party. , .
AT once, 2 canvassers for a splendid proposition;
must be women of refined appearance; 9 to 12,
room . 105, Bacon building.
GOOD stock and bond salesman for a« permanent
position. Call today, 631 First National Bank
bldg.. Oakland.- . •
_^ AGEIVTS AY ANTED
PARIS Modes and National Home Journal. $2
value; both full year 50e, and catalogue, 3,000.
other subscription bargains for agents. South-
western Magazine Agency, Dept. 50, Dallas
FEMALE HELP WANTED
ANY intelligent person may earn good income
corresponding for newspapers; experience un-
',•. necessary; o canvassing; send for particulars.
.'\u25a0 Press Syndicate, box 785. Lockport. N. Y.
AAA— Lessons in > hair dressing and manicuring
.given. Up-to-Date Parlors, l? 50 Fillmore s rates.
CHOCOLATE dippers and "packers; experienced;
- "wholesale"; good wages; steady." 525 Pacific.
COAT MAKER Wtd— Experienced, for. dress
' making department. ' Apply superintendent's
office; from 9 to. 11 a. m.. HALE BROS., Inc.
EXPERIENCED chocolate dippers; wholesale;
.- steady; good- wages. \u25a0 325 Pacific st. -
FIRST CLASS COOK' for 'small family, $50;
French lady's maid to. travel.' $30;. first class
laundress, $35: second cook for small restau-
' rant, . $40; \u25a0 lady's ' maid ; and ; seamstress, 1 $30;
Protestant parlormaid and waitress; city, $.".0;
Scandinavian ' waitress' and ' parlormaid, $.".0;
\u0084 waitress, - small family, San Mateo, . $35 ; . cook,
nlso French ; nurse, San Mateo, : : $ JO-$3O. • MISS
. PLUNKETT. ISO 6 Sutter at. -
FIRST class finisher on coats. Apply J. NOSEK
34 Ellis St., room 316.
FOR light, general housework for 2 adults oniyi
•< references. Call -2937 24th st.
GIRL to assist In general bouseworkrsmall fam-
. Uy; good : home; :, good wages. .63 Parnassus
*; ay. ; Masonic cars to Cole. ;
GOOD • srirl for \u25a0 general - house work. - Apply H
REINHART, 1253 6th ay., - Sunset d lstrlct.
LADY; of ; education, good ; appearance ; and " abll-
vity.as saleslady." to fill good, payin; position;
". Monday.* 9: to ,12. room ; 105 J> Bacon = bldg.
60 ' LADIES •to ;s2itoi $4 a : pair \u25a0. on sample
shoes: all standard makes; ; all $2 and $2.50 a
• pair.'- Drummers' Sample, Shoe Co.", '.third floor,'
humboldt Bank building.
LAD Y- solicitors,- $1.50 per day. and commission;
-. Christian • institution. ;; Box 1688. Call i offlce.
MONEY made dally and Call Want Ads help ! to
\u25a0::" make •. It. -\ Advertise i your • wants; X- make - them
\u25a0\u25a0v known to' the public \u25a0 through a Call -Want Ad:
„- .'An Investment, not an expense.' ; For. full par-
:; tlcnlars read Call Want Ads dally.
REPRESENTATIVES : of J good " address. 1 either
sex; experience unnecessary; $20 per week and
; : commission ; } $100 cash .- required." . 516 : Metrop-
\u25a0 ? oils ! building. > San ; , Francisco. -
STENOGRAPRER.Wtd— Experienced. Apply ;su^
perintendent's - office,, , from 0 to 11 \u25a0 a.m.,
v.i HALE j BROS.; ;Inc. j . ;-. \u25a0-'- ;.•' >:' ':"-
WAIST DRAPER Wtd— First - class, for dress
makings department. '.Apply "superintendent's
office from 0 to 11 a.^ in., : HALE BROS., INC;
FEMALE ' HELP WAXTED^-Contlaued
REFINED.' Intelligent lady with executive ability
to -represent- Splrella corsets; made to order
. 'only; replaced If broken or bnrst in one year.
GERTRUDE ROWLAND TAYLOR, state man-
ager." Hotel Ilamlin. ' .
WAIST DR-VPER Wtd— First class, for dress
making department. Apply superintendent's
office, from i) t>» 11 a." m.. UALE BROS.. Inc.
WANTED— Teachers for Nevada; good place*.
FISK TEACHERS* AGENCY, next -to First
National Bank. Berkeley.
WANTED — Experienced corset saleslady. Apply
HALE 8R05., . INC., 11th and Washington
WOMAN Wtd— To assist baker on cakes and
pies; must understand mixing. Apply to sit-
j*Tlnlpmlent ? !« offl<e, 0 to 11 a. m.. HALE
BROS.. INt*.. San Kraaoisoo.
WOMAN of it'tinouient and gooil appearant-e Id
fill remunerative imgltion; must have wiling:
ability aud cive reference. Address bos :£i7l>.
Call ofnee. Oakland.
WOMAN Wtd— W» 11 etiiicsited. for work that re-
nuirps some traveling. Addrrss box 1770. fall.
WOMAN assistant cock wtd — 1100 G. G. ay.
Call rrndy t<> work.
WOMAN dish washer wtd— lloo U. «. ay. near
Buchanan st. Call ready to work.
AA— OSCAR HATSUMI. Japanese-Chinese Emp.
Co.. best help; city or country. R. KAWi-
tiIHMA. prop.. 1513 Geary st. West O«S3.
AA — Jupauese-Chlnese emp. offlce; best help; city
or country. IGI2 Laguna st.: tel. West 1731.
A. HOi:i. 1743 Sutter; phone West 2SO3— Best
Japanese. Chinese U*lp furnished promptly. ;
CHINESK Kiap. OfHce. SO2 Clay st.— Best Uelp I
in the country. Phone Douglas 1363. !
H. W. HONG, Chinese employment ofuce. a%i
Webster st.. Oakland: phone Oak 5843.
JAPANESE House Cleaning Co. — All kinds fruit
and vegetables for sale. 710 Eddy. Ph, Frkl. 2374.
STAR emp. oftic» furnishes Japanese. Chinese
help. W. Kadota. ICOB Geary; tel West 167.
Japanese Domestic Asso. furnishes reliable help.
Y. UMIYA. ior.o Larkin; teL Franklin 4025.
JAPANESE HOUSE CLEANING CO.. 1097 Polk
st. near Post: phone Franklin 3757.
_ - EMPLOYMEXT BUREAU
CHINESE EMP. BUREAU— First elas* cookj
only: guaranteed. 770 Clxy. Phony Dong. 3162.
KNOX, 4-fli I'lne — Suits, liens and attachments.
time rbfrn. rashed: dfbta collected everywngrg.
HOME "WORK FOR LADIES )
LADIES Wtd— To take home work: part "or full
time; experience unnecessary. Triebers. Bulle-
tin linllding. 7Cf Market, third Coor. room 4.
ROOMS AND. BOARD
ROOMS. TO LET— Furn'd and Cnfurn'd
A COZY home for respectable ladles. 1130 Mar-
ket st. near 7th. under auspices of the SAL-
VATION ARMY; elegantly furnished; every
modern convenience; steam heat, electric light
and elevator service; spotlessly clean; cen-
trally located;. thoroughly homelike; telephone
Market 1349; prices very moderate, ranging
from 25c per night up; special rates by the
week or month. See matron, room 33.
AA — Sunny fnrntsh<Hl room; cars pass door; ma-
rine view; reasonable. 2446 Polk st.
BALDWIN House. 74 Cth st. nr. Market— AU
modern conveniences; 220 rooms; 35c to $1 per
day, $2 to $5 per week; free batha.
BRODERICK Bt., 444—2 sunny front bay window
fur, rms.; separate or together; gentlemen.
BUCHANAN -St., 613— Elegantly furnished sunny
room, suitable for 2; also single; bath.
CALIFORNIA st., 2415, near FUlmore — Newly
furnished sunny rooms; light house keeping If
desired ; reasonable.
CALIFORNIA St.. 2437, near Fillmore — 2 nicely
furnished rooms; in private family; reasonable.
CENTRAL HOTEL. 574 3d St.. free baths.
Offlce and reading room on ground floor; 500
single and family rooms. 35c to $1 a day: $2
to ?5 a week. EDWARD ROLKIN. Prop.
CENTRAL ay., 635 — Sunny rooms; homelike;
free phones; near Panhandle. \u25a0
CLAYTON St., 703. cor. of Waller, near the
park — Neatly furnished room in private family
with use of bath; suitable for X or 2 gentle-
men; rent very reasonable.
COLE st., 420, near Oak. and handy to pan-
| handle — A sunny front bay window suite of
rooms, grate and use of bath; suitable for
2 or 3; private family; very reasonable; also
house keeping rooms reasonable.
DEVISADERO St.. 1610, nr. Post— Neatly fur-
nlshed room: morning sun; for hkpg or other-
wise; suitable 1 or 2; nse of bath; rent reas.
DEVISADERO St.. 1117. nr. Turk— Newly fur-
nished room, family; suitable for 1 or 2; bath;
phone: call a. m. or p. m. ; very reasonable.
DEVISADERO st., 556, near Hayes— Large snnny
front alcove room, suitable 2; nicely furnished;
reas.; also large front room; use of bath.
DEVISADERO St., 1513, near Geary — Neatly fur.
room in private family: suitable for 1 or 2
gentlemen; very reasonable; use of p hone.
EDDY St., 574. bet. Van Ness and Franklin—
Neatly furnished room in private family; nse
of bath; rent reasonable; suitable for couple.
; EDDY St., 052 — Sunny front room for. 2 gentle-
me; closet, bath, phone; $4 per week: board
optional; very reasonable; private family.
EDDY st.. BUO— Nicely furnished room, suitable
for 2: separate beds; bath, phone, electricity;
$15 per month.
EDDY St., BSO— A social hall fitted for house
keeping; also; single rooms; prices reasonable.
EDDY St., 814, nr. Van Ness, center of business
— Nicely furnished rooms to rent; reasonable.
EDDY st., 1616— Nicely furnished sunny front
rooms; phone, bath; reasonable.
EDDY St.. 002. near Franklin — Good light base-,
ment for business purposes.
EDDY st- 070—2 nicely furnished rooms; bath,
phone; -$11 and $20 month.
ELLIS st., 1037—1 single room, suitable for 2
ELLIS St.. 1072— Beautifully, sunny furnished
front. parlor suite; light honse keeping; baths;
central; 'other rooms; reasonable. \
ELLIS St., 1156 — Xlce sunny furn. room, with or
without house keeping; bath; phone W. 8269.
ELLIS st., lilt) — 1 large double room, suitable
for 2 gentlemen; I single room; bath; phone.
ELLIS St.. 1917 — Nice sunny large rooms, furn.
hskpg.; private phone, baths; rates reasonable.
ELLIS St.. IUSC, near FUlmore^ — Large, sunny
rooms, from $2.50 up; all conveniences.
ELLIS st.. ill) — Desirable sunny rooms in new
flat; newly furnished; reasonable.
ELLIS St., 1418— Furnished rooms for 1 or 2
gentlemen; reasonable; references.
ELLIS st., 1048 — Large sunny front room; run-
- nlng water, bath; $13 month.
ELLIS St.. 1112— Nicely furnished single and
double rooms, from $7 up.
ELLIS St., 1500%— Nicely furnished front room;
ELLIS st., 1550— Nicely furnished single room;
ELLIS St., 1506 — Fnrnl3hed rooms, $2.50 a week
up. ; .- .'-.-\u25a0 \u25a0-. • -. . \u25a0-. -
FILLMORE «t.. 1545, near Sutter— Very central;
2 nicely furnished, sunny. , bay window rooms;
'parlors connecting; running water; suitable as
office professional men; reasonable; first floor.
FILLMORB St.. 725 — Workmen's home; rooms
large, light, and airy; cheapest rooms In best
part of the city: ; from $6 to $13 a month.
FILLMORE st.. 1126. room I—Two1 — Two nice rooms
with bath and Inclosed porch: rent $15.
FRANKLIN: St.. 1051— Nicely - furnished sunny
back^parlor; also 2 front rooms; bath; phone;
FRANKLIN St., 1247— Single room ?9; other
outside, ; sunny rooms. $IS and $20.
FULTON. St., 1547, near Baker and panhandle —
Snnny rm. and hall bedroom; family: bath,
\u25a0 parlor, piano; suitable 1 or 2; reasonable."
FULTON St.. SIS — Large sunny front room;
running: water: reasonable.
FULTON ' st.. 513 — Sunny single room; quiet
. home; $8 month . or weekly.
FULTON St., 1531— Nice light room newly fur-
nlshed; : cheap.
FURNISHED room for gentleman. Apply at
11S3 .Valencia st. ,-. .
GEARY. St., 1925— Sunny, front room, newly fur-
nished, suitable for. 1;. also bark parlor, suit-,
ablo for 2;; handsomely furnished: rent rc3son-
. able: bath, phone and all . conveniences.
GEAUY St., cor." Gough— A sunny bedroom n*at-
- ly furnished; suitable for a gentleman; $S a
. month. \u25a0 . • , \u25a0
GOLDEN. GATE ay..' i:sa). near Fillmore St.—
.-., Large, front room, suitable for 2: - seperare
beds if desired;, hot and cold running water;
bath; $4 week: honse keeping If desired also.
GOLDEN GATE i ay.. io3O-^-Nlcely furn. front
room; sun all >!ay: 2 gentlemen; "$5 week.
GOLDEN GATE ay., S77— Ligbt. snnny. bay win-
,.-:dow rooms; ladies or,geutlemen: §15 per mo.
GOLDEN GATE ay.. ', IMS— Large front room •
sun ail day; also single rooms.
GOLDEN -GATE ay., 1603— Newly fum. rooms;
$2.50 up; phone, bath, running water.;
GOLDEN- GATE aw, 1419— Neatly furnished
rooms for $2 per week and np.
GOLDEN GATE ay.; 104U— Sunny rowa for 1 or
2; bath; reasonable.
f GEOVE st.. sOl— Fine, large front room. »ult«
' able for 2: reut $:: wk. for I: $4 for. 2.,-^
! HAIGHT- ami. Webster »t».. for.— Suite. Just ttit
thin? for doctor or professional roan; furnished
or nnfnrnlstbed. I'hone Marfeet 114".
| UAYEii *t.. ieo>. near Central aT. — Neatly fur-
\u25a0r nfshed room: running water; clothes closet;
'• family: bath: 1 suitable 1 or 'i: reasonable.
j HAIGUT .at., . JotJ — Front Hoany . fur. • room, sul:-
able for 1 or 2 gents; $13 for 2: $15 for 1.
• HAVES St.. 771 — Front parlor. Bunny, nicely
furnished; only $10 a month.
HAVES st.. 142!>. near Broderiek — 3 sunny bous«
I keepins rouro.-*. fnmlshe<l. •
; H«>WAKI> St.. 2413. near 20th — Large, sunny,
hay window room, well furnished, suitable fot
t or U gentlemen: bath; private \u25a0family: reas.
• LAULN.V st.. l&£s bet. Ellis aad O'Karrell -
• Xi«e ferulshed front ami back ' parlors, wits
mulling hot and i-wlil water, bath, telephone;
also bedroom with running hot and «v>ld waterj
rent rea^onahle; best part of town; U cai-llne^j
' IoAGL'XA st.. 1139. near Eddy— Neatly furnished
room for I or 2 gentlemen: also nicely funi.
front room, hsp&g. if desired; private: rea-*.
LAGUNA «t.. 723— Nicely furnished froul
, - rooms; cheap rent.
UAL'RKL. ay.. 2T.1. half « bl«K'k west of \»x
.Ness. bet. Turk an<l Kdily sts.— On« fr»n(
ilouble room neatly fiiruisUefl. suitable for 1
nr 2 gentlemen: also 1 . single for gontletuaul
r»-nt reasonable; in private family.
LLOYD st.. 4«. off Scott nr. Waller— S or 3 fln«
! larce sunny furnished rooms.
i LYON «t.. 32;!. ror. Hayes — Slnsle or doiihli
\u25a0 room with board; use of bath, tel., elec. light*!
I on rarllne; near panhandle. '
I MrALLISTEU St.. 12T.1. west of FUlmore— l
larse sunny bay wlud«>w front room, for t «l
2 gentlemen; prlv. fain.;, use bath; $15 month.
McALLISTEK st.. 1445— Nicety furnished snru
rooms: run. water; bath; phone: reasonable.
SIcALLISTEU st.. 1797— Nice furnished room.
suitable for 2. $1 1 mo. ; also hspfcg- rooms.
McALLISTEft st.. 1870 — Sunny sntte, suitable
for 2 gentlemen; also single room; reasonable.
MCALLISTER st., 8«S — Nice suany front room,
suitable for 2 gentlemen.
McALLISTEa »t.. ltS79 — Furnished rooms, from .
MISSION st.. X&l. corner 20th— Neatly furi
nlsued. suany. front rof>m. suitable for gentle*
man: bath, phone: private family: reasonable,.
NICELY furnished sunny room for 2 men; $!^S
month. Inquire at US Church nt. T
OAK st.. 203. n«v«r Ortavia— NUely furnished!!
aunny, front alcove room, suitable for 2 or a
yonns: gentlemen : bath; private family; reas.
OAK et.. 421— Nicely furn. suite, for 2 oc a
gentlemen; phone, run, water; $15 month.
OAK St.. 7o6 — Nicely furnished large room, suit-
able for 1 or 2 gentlemen; reasonable.
OAK St.. ITU. near Van News and Market — Saary
rooms: quiet place; $1.50 per week.
OCTAVIA st.. 230. near Page — Sunny. tron«
room, neatly furnished; homelike; suitable fos
1 or 2: with or without board: very reasonable.
OVERLAND HOUSE, 569 Sacramento K. below
Montgomery — Now open; 200 rooms: hot an<]
cold water In every room ; 25c to $2 per day.
$1.50 to $5 per week. EDW. ROLKIN. Prop.
O'KARRELX. st, 2034. near Scott — Sunny ba.r
window room, furnished up to date.; runninil
water; hot baths; convenient to cars; good,
O'FARRELL St.. 1127, near Franklin— Front bar
window room: well furn. ; suitable for 1 or 2;
rent reasonable; nse of hath; private family.
O'FARRELL St.. IS42— Nlc« sunny rooms: ruin
nlng water In each room; reasonable rates; a
blocks from Fillmore.
O't'AKRELL «t. 1605, cor. Webster — Newly
furnished front and back parlor; rent re*-
O'FARKELX* «t. 1123 — Large snnny room for a
or 3 gentlemen; single rooms; rnnnlng water.
O'FARRELX. St., H29— Elegant front parlor suit*
for 2 gentlemen; every convenience; $20 mo.
O'FAKRELL St.. 1201 — Front mod. sunny rooms;
running water; small rooms suit. light hskpg.
O'FAKRELL St.. 1209— Nicely furn. rooms, suit-
able for 2; also sunny single room: reasonable.
• O'FAKRELL St.. 1385 — Sunny front room, sntt-
able for 2; $3 per week ; also honsekpg rooms.
; O'FARRELL st.. 1205— Separate room, suitable
; for 2 double or single beds; good board.
O'FARRELL St.. 1527 — Large front room. «nlt-
able for 2; separate beds; reasonable.
; O'FARRELX. St. 1616— A large sunny front room
' for 2 gentlemen; rent reasonable.
\u25a0 O'FARRELL st. 1262— Nice single rooms; also
honse keeping rooma; cheap rent.
O'FARRELL St., 1660 — Nicely furnished single
rooms from $3 week np. ;
PAGE »t. 372— Nice, large room, suitable for 1 \
or 2 gentlemen; $8 for 1; $12.80 for 2: fireplace I
PAGE st. 283— Beautiful, sunny, furnished front
room: everything of the best: $18 monta for 2.
PAGE st. 481— Nicely furnished tingle room;
also 1 double room. $12 mouth.
• PINE St.. 2143. near Webster— Large, sunny.
> front, bay window room, suitable lor 2; bath;
\u25a0 $12; private family; nso of piano.
PINE st.. 187S — Nicely furnished rooms to rent
1 en suite or single: tel. West 1751.
POST St.. 2001. -cor. Baker— Large sunny front
corner bay window room, neatly furnished; in-
private family; use of bath; suitable for 1 or
2 gentlemen; grate: very reasonable.
• POST st. 2300. cosa D6vi.sailoro — Nicely fur-
nished sunny front, bay window rooms, with,
running water: bouse keeping and otherwise;
use of bath: very reasonable.
SACRAMENTO st. ffl>4. east of Kearny— Fliieiy
furnished rooms; all conveniences; toiirist* ac-
SCOTT st~ 2056. cor. Sacramento— 3 sunur
front rooms, en suite or single, running water
and use bath: fur. entirely new; P. West 2Olt.
. SCOTT st. 11G0. near Eddy— 2 nicety furnished
sunny front rooms connecting. In private fam-
ily; all conveniences: bath; suitable 2 or 3.
SCOTT st. 1330. nr. O'Farrell — Nicely furnished
rooms; double beds; bath; $10 month up.
SCOTT St.. 2040. cor. Sacrament"— Clean nttie
rooms. $!.5O per week: phone West 201 ».
STEINER st. 1702. corner Post, overlooking
v park. X block from Fillmore — 2 neatly - fur-
I nished. sunny, front moms; dcmbl? bed: suit-
able for 1 or 2 gentlemen: bath, phone-, all cou-
veniences; electric lights; rent very reas.
SLTTEIi st. 1914. near Fillmore— Neatly fur-
nished, snnny. tfront. bay window room : hot
and coM water; use of bath; 'also unfurnished
rooms for house keeping; rent very reasonable -
THE CAMBRIDGE APARTMENTS open Dec. t,
f>2!> Pine st.. nr. Mason: 2 and 4 rooms, boautl-
fnlly furnished or unfurnished: unsurpassed
\u25a0view. Reservation* tel. Franklin 3719.
TURK. 1116, nr. Jefferson sq. — Sunny front room
$5 wk.: also sin, sleep'g rm.. $5 mo.; hot bath.
TURK st.. 12C2. near Fillmore — 2 nicely furn.
sunny rms.; reas.: private house; phone, bath.
TURK st, S22 — Large room, clean and tunny,
for 2 men; $12 per month and up.
TURK st.. 1122 — Large sunny room suitable, for
2 gentlemen: $12 month.
VAN NESS ay.. 713 — New furnished rooms:
modern; bath; $12 up. Tel. Franklin 3362. i
WALLER st. 1246. nr. Masonic ay. — Large sun- ~"
ny front room suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen:
also sunny single room; every convenience:
direct to 3 car lines: private home; reasonable.
WEBSTER st. 1209— Front sunny rooms; aU
conveniences: reasonable rates.
6TH st, 41. near Market— Newly furnished
rooms; day. week or month; very reasonable.
7TU ay.. 7SB. near Fulton — Neatly furnished
snnny room, connecting with bath, for hou«<»
keeping or otherwise in private family; rent
17TII St.. 40:14. near Castro — Large sunny room
for 2 nurses: S car lines; 5 doctors in neigh-
Nir!i<"<l: good honu*. ' - ;
TWO refined young - business gentlemen riesir*
l.irg<\ well furnished room .with moti?rn con-
venience* ia nice private family:
exchanged. Address box 13^, Call office, Ud
and Market sts.
GENTLEMAN wants hall room between Steiner.
Clay and Market sts.; $5 a month. Address
box- 33. Call offlce.
IF yon have nice- rooms, single or en' sultr.
drop' us a lin<\ stating particulars. We eaii
rent them" for yon. KERRY RENTIMI
AGENCY. Room 114. 5.12 Mark»t «t.
TWO. gentlemen want room; private; reason-
able: near Fillmor*: state particulars. Bos
M. Call offlco. IHSI Fillmore st.
""—**"' l—^ i —^ »^—
ROOMS FOR lIOPSE KEEPCTG
BUCHANAN st.. 612— Nicely furnUhed"^oonwT
and also house keeping rooms: rent reasonable.
Bt'SII St.. "2333, nr. Steiner— 2 neatly , furnished
sunny. rooms; sun all day; for bouse keepin--
nse of bath: rent very reasonable.
BRANNAN st. 3«0. nr. Sd— 2 nicely furnisheil
rooms for honse keeping.
CALIFORNIA st, 3071— 3 furnished house keein
las rooms with bathroom, wash trays aad la-~v
yard: reasonable. »^f
CAPP st.. -.27— Upper floor, 2 nicely fnrnlshed
room and alcove: bath, gag; warm, belt.
CENTRAL AY., 151. near H.itsnt— Nicely f nr :
I sun. rooms in priv. fam.: wiie" f nr mar-tM
conple; two b»th: run. water, n9 hot in. l
old: rent reasonable. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -, , - oot awl
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